An elementary school student accepts a rainbow trout from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Thursday during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of the restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

An elementary school student accepts a rainbow trout from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Thursday during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of the restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

Kids release rainbow trout at annual fish celebration

Students released rainbow trout into Johnson Lake during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into the lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort.

Students examine juvenile fish at one of the educational stations at the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of a restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

Students examine juvenile fish at one of the educational stations at the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of a restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

A student carries a rainbow trout at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

A student carries a rainbow trout at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

A student carries a rainbow trout at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

A student carries a rainbow trout at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

Students carry rainbow trout at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

Students carry rainbow trout at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

A student examines a rainbow trout at one the educational stations set up during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof on Thrusday. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

A student examines a rainbow trout at one the educational stations set up during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof on Thrusday. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

Kids take a break during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

Kids take a break during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

Students participate in a knot-tying demonstration during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. The fish-release event featured hands-on activity and demonstration booths focused around wildlife education and safety. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

Students participate in a knot-tying demonstration during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. The fish-release event featured hands-on activity and demonstration booths focused around wildlife education and safety. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

Students wait to get a look inside a fire engine at the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Central Emergency Services was one of the many community organizations that participated in the event, which featured hands-on activity booths and demonstration areas. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

Students wait to get a look inside a fire engine at the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Central Emergency Services was one of the many community organizations that participated in the event, which featured hands-on activity booths and demonstration areas. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

Kids try their hand at spin casting during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. The event featured hands-on activity and demonstration booths focused around wildlife education and safety. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

Kids try their hand at spin casting during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. The event featured hands-on activity and demonstration booths focused around wildlife education and safety. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

A student carries a rainbow trout at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

A student carries a rainbow trout at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

A student carries a rainbow trout at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

A student carries a rainbow trout at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

A student carries a rainbow trout at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

A student carries a rainbow trout at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

A student releases a rainbow trout into Johnson Lake during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

A student releases a rainbow trout into Johnson Lake during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into Johnson Lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

A student ferries a rainbow trout to Johnson Lake during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into the lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

A student ferries a rainbow trout to Johnson Lake during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into the lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

Students wait to receive rainbow trout from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into the lake as part of a restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

Students wait to receive rainbow trout from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into the lake as part of a restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

Students release rainbow trout into Johnson Lake during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into the lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

Students release rainbow trout into Johnson Lake during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration in Kasilof. Approximately 950 borough students released 5,000 fish into the lake as part of an Alaska Department of Fish and Game restocking effort. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

Students examine animal bones during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. The event featured hands-on activity and demonstration booths focused around wildlife education and safety. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

Students examine animal bones during the 18th Annual Kenai Peninsula Salmon Celebration at Johnson Lake State Recreation Site in Kasilof. The event featured hands-on activity and demonstration booths focused around wildlife education and safety. (Photo by Erin Thompson/Peninsula Clarion)

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